Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh
Full Name:Steve Waugh
Date of birth:02 / 06 / 1965
Role:Batsman
Batting style:Right-hand
Bowling style:Right arm medium

Career summary

- Test Debut: Australia v India at Melbourne, December 1985.

- ODI Debut: Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne, January 1986.

- Steve is a Right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium paced bowler.

- He started his career at 20 as an allrounder, but later he had to drop the bowling due to back problems.

- Steve was in the Australian team that won the World Cup in 1989 and again in 1999, one of two Australian's to win it twice.

- He scored 32 centuries in his career including twin centuries against England at Old Trafford in the 1997 Ashes tour.

- Steve became the Australian Test captain in 1999 and led them in 15 of the record breaking 16 successive Test wins.

- He retired from cricket after the 2003/04 series against India.

Test Matches

Batting
Career Span:1985-2004
Matches:168
Innings:260
Not Outs:44
Runs:10927
Highest Score:200
Average:51.06
50s:50
100s:32
Ducks:22
Pairs:0
Caught Out:140
Stumped Out:3
Bowling
Innings Bowled:150
Overs:1300.5
Maidens:330
Runs Conceded:3445
Wickets:92
5 Wicket Innings:3
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:37.45
Economy Rate:2.65
Best bowling in Innings:5/28

ODI Matches

Batting
Career Span:1986-2002
Matches:325
Innings:288
Not Outs:56
Runs:7569
Highest Score:120
Average:32.91
50s:45
100s:3
Ducks:15
Pairs:0
Caught Out:113
Stumped Out:8
Bowling
Innings Bowled:207
Overs:1480.3
Maidens:56
Runs Conceded:6761
Wickets:195
5 Wicket Innings:0
10 Wicket Innings:0
Average:34.67
Economy Rate:4.57
Best bowling in Innings:4/33